Removal mechanisms of trace organic contaminants in osmotically driven membrane processFaculty of Engineering and Information Sciences - Papers
AbstractIn this study, we characterised the properties (surface charge, hydrophobicity, reverse salt flux, permeability and pore radius) of a commmercially available cellulose-based FO membrane to facilitate the understanding of the transport of trace organic contaminants (TrOCs) in an osmotically driven process.
Citation InformationM Xie, L D Nghiem and W E Price. "Removal mechanisms of trace organic contaminants in osmotically driven membrane process" (2012)
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